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clandestine. >> reporter: dr. reed malloy is a forensic psychologist. he studies the psychological makeup of violent criminals. although dr. malloy hasn't met ariel castro, he says it isn't surprising that those close to castro were shocked that he may have committed these disturbing crimes. >> we tend to assume what we see on the surface as being a full understanding of the individual. but the assumption is that the book is explained by the cover. and the cover typically doesn't tell us what's inside the book. trial, his family must attempt >> it's hard, but i have no sympathy. he was just another person who lied and deceived and manipulated people and i could never forgive him. >> reporter: dr. malloy believes castro's family members are just beginning to emotionally process their brother's actions. >> the sad reality is typically the healthier the family member is, the more likely they are to feel a sense of guilt and responsibility for what's happened and it can take a tremendous amount of work internally for them to overcome the sense that they had some responsibility for what happen
, governor malloy. >> thank you. the education workforce ready, we discussed increasing workforce innovation to close the skills gap, create jobs, and grow family incomes. we had several distinguished speakers. governors discussed what we were doing our states in job creation at a, growth. we also discussed the reauthorization of the workforce investment act. , weimportance of restoring have 15% set-aside for our training programs that need to be put to local employers. remiss if we would be we do not take a moment to recognize the directive education and workforce committee who is working with us for more than a decade, and who ourmoved on to working with universities to make sure they are the best in the world. when she was hired, she was charged with putting governors back on the war front of national policy debates concerning education when there is no doubt that governors are on the forefront of those discussions. she has a desk in a fierce and effective advocate. i would like to ask you all to join me in applauding her service. [applause] that concludes my report. >> thank you. i want
abt school safety. governor dan malloy set up the t panel following the school shooting in september.be it includes psychiatric experts inside it's been the subject of rumors conspiracy theories andad even moreys movies, we reveal tt about area 51. 5 >>> a bear in naples decided the best place to would be the porch of a florida family. fami the bear yawning and lounging, sleeping and then left thend t enclosed area through the door it created in the screen door. >>> area 51 has been the stuffs of legends. now for firsbet time newly revealed papers have acknowledged the existence of es the area 51 and what it didd contain. >> reporter: area 51, that th secret nevada base that sparkedd stories of alien autopsies, au little green men in outer space ufsfos but now the curtain is finally being pulled back. >> acknowledge. >> jerry of the nationalf security archives says after eight years he has finally gotten cia maps and papers undes the freedom of information act that confirm area 51 is real.rel >> the government has notnot declassed the fact of the area 51 anymore. >> reporter: it tu
. and this is also one of the other haters out there. mike malloy. >> the vampire's daughter has decided to run for office. she is the vampire, too, of course. i'm talking about liz chain-ey. god, that woman is scary. do you think dick cheney got excited from acts of mass murder? wait until liz cheney has a chance to exercise the same prerogatives. thumbs up, thumbs down, let them eat cake. >> all right. let's face it. is this guy even in reality? i mean, more people have just heard what he said than listened but it is the hate that we have to highlight. >> we have a real obsession with the cheneys. so much for progressive tolerance and diversity. >> they're not very tolerant, are they? >> it is selective. she is a republican so none of those labels apply. suddenly she has to be evil. >> well, i'll go further. it is because you don't agree with them. they'll eat their own when necessary. it seems to be the progressive thing. here is, well, mike malloy again. because, you know, i have to play this. i have a point to make on this one. >> if you spend much time -- >> i don't know what to say about
didn't have any more cash. well, sweet roy malloy! that was some lucky money, wasn't it? what are you saying? the money you gave me was destined to win $1,700, no matter who bet it or what they bet on? that's exactly what i'm saying. man, you are ridiculous! oh, am i? you know what? maybe i'll just sleep on the sofa, ok? you are unbelievable, man! unbelievable. all right, enough, already, huh? just... just come back to bed. oh, no, no, no. i wouldn't want you to have to sleep with somebody you find ridiculous. then fine, fine! do what you want! i didn't wanna come here in the first place. i was looking forward to a nice evening at the theater. you dragged me to this... city of sin. oh, please! you wanted to come. you were just afraid to tell carrie. i am not afraid of carrie, ok? i fear no man. oh, yeah? then how come you couldn't tell her you wanted to go gambling, huh? how come? 'cause i was tryg to spare her feelings! yeah, right. it is right! that's bull! and on top of everything else, i had to lie to kelly because you were afraid she'd tell carrie about this. you know, i don't li
, we do. - malloy? - yes. this is my problem too. a gay woody is hard to swallow. get your mind outta the gutter, connie. we need to get to the army base. ♪ - this is exactly what i thought secret government bases were like. - beefbottom! how are you? - we need to reverse the-- - what? - we're hoping that you know a way-- - what? - we need the goddamn antidote. - oh! here. we only have one dose. - hey, who says you get it? i'm taking this to woody. - no, i need it to save ethel. give me that! [grunts] - oh! oh, look what you did. - that was my last chance to save ethel. - ha ha ha! i was just [bleep] with you. that wasn't the antidote. that was a mai tai that bruce made. ♪ - well, where's the real antidote? - there isn't one. the effects wear off in 24 hours, silly. - what kind of bomb goes away after 24 hours? - uh, anything katherine heigl's in. - so the effects should be wearing off right about... what the [bleep] am i wearing? [grunting, exclaiming] - are you guys feeling straight? - yeah. - yeah. - five-second rule? [grunting, yelling] [electric buzzing] - hey! i'm not gay an
. >> reporter: connecticut governor dan malloy says it will take sometime to recover victims because the fuselage of the plane is in the basement of the house. one neighbor said he ran to help, when he heard a woman screaming her kids were inside. he said they couldn't find the children. and when the flames got too intense, he had to drag the woman out. the missing children are believed to be one and 13 years old. >> and it's awful. i never want to see that plane again. >> the plane was in contact with air traffic control in the connecticut area. >> all we know is that it missed the approach and continued on. and there were no distress calls. >> a team from the national transportation safety board is headed to the scene to help investigate. adriana diaz, wjz eyewitness news. >> and one neighbor says he did not hear any engine noise before the plane crashed. just a loud noise. then a thump. >>> stepping up security. several recent crimes at johns hopkins school of medicine in east baltimore, put police and hospital officials on alert. wjz is live. linh bui explains these new precautio
. >> for the education workforce committee, governor malloy. >> thank you. the education workforce ready, we discussed increasing workforce innovation to close the skills gap, create jobs, and grow family incomes. we had several distinguished speakers. governors discussed what we were doing our states in job creation at a, growth. we also discussed the reauthorization of the workforce investment act. and importance of restoring, we have 15% set-aside for our training programs that need to be put to local employers. we date -- we would be remiss if we do not take a moment to recognize the directive education and workforce committee who is working with us for more than a decade, and who has moved on to working with our universities to make sure they are the best in the world. when she was hired, she was charged with putting governors back on the war front of national policy debates concerning education when there is no doubt that governors are on the forefront of those discussions. she has a desk in a fierce and effective advocate. i would like to ask you all to join me in applauding her service. [appla
will go up. here is a gentleman who had a letter from blue cross, blue shield, dan malloy. this is dan, the letter to dan. >> steve: from blue cross, blue shield. >> gretchen: we want you to know that your health care coverage will be affected by the health reform law taking effect in january effective august 1, 2013. nut rate for your blue options is $1,478. >> andrew: per month? >> steve: that was a lot more than he was paying and when he got it, his jaw dropped. he joined us on "fox & friends". >> i thought that i was getting a rate decrease because the affordable care act, 'cause when they bill you, they bill you two months in advance. so what they do in the letter is they give you the premium of one month. so when you extrapolate the numbers and realize gee, that's only a one-month payment, it's pretty shocking when you see the two-month bill. 21.7% increase, if i continue to receive increases like that over five years, i'll pay more in health care expenses in the fifth year than the average median income of the american worker. >> steve: that's crazy. >> andrew: this is what happ
. the fundraiser will be held at malloy's tavern in south san francisco at 8:00 tonight. >> the first confirmed human case of west nile virus in the bay area in 7 years reported in marin yesterday. the person lives in novato and had the classic signs of a fever and chills muscle aches and headache. so far this year 37 human cases of west nile have been detected in california. >>> happening today from the soccer field to the courtroom, kpix 5's cate caugiran is live in san francisco this morning where a battle over real and fake are headed to court. >> reporter: there have been plans to put artificial turf on soccer fields for years. today could be the final staging ground of the fight. each group claims that they are fighting for a safe place to play and those who want the turf say the soccer field's current conditions are dangerous. supporters say it gets too dark and the field is riddled with holes. >> it's a horrible field to play on. it's a gigantic sponge field full of pockmarks. >> i have personally seen a girl i was coaching run across the field because she was late and break her ankle i
the system more efficient. i have been talking to a few of your colleagues, governor malloy in connecticut, who has a big bridge project that is coming in at $280 million under budget and ahead of schedule. in transportation, time is money. if we can speed things along, i want us to do it. we have an internal initiative and map 21 allows us to look at streamlining in a big way. if you have ideas about regulation, i am interesting in partnering with you. i am interested in partnering with you to make things run better. >> secretary foxx, thank you for joining us. i am glad you have experience working for a political subdivision. it is a good perspective for you to bring to your job. the question is on the problem of certainty of funding for states. in north dakota, we need more transportation money just like everybody else. even a bigger problem for us is the sixth month authorization, the six month funding periods cause us a lot of problems with the construction season is extremely seasonal. can you work with congress to try to create more predictability of the cash flow for at least a 12
, very good. and i want to announce that governor malloy will be come he will be chairing the 2002 -- 2013-2014 nominating committee. governor malloy, thank you for doing that. and with that i very much want to thank the host of this year's meeting, governor walker, and his wife. we really appreciate you having all of us here. we are off to a great start but a lot of us had a good time last night and i would like to invite governor walker to come up and to say a few words. [applause] >> well, thank you, jack of not only for the introduction but thanks for your leadership the mentioned earlier a of the press covers but i think all of us as governors appreciate jack's leadership and the incoming leadership of mary fallin and given a great team for the pastures we appreciate the. welcome to wisconsin. we're glad to have you here. i hope for those you who are in yesterday had a good time. i know not on the governors and families but on a number of folks who just introduced a number of our international guests here as well. what a great time at miller park last night. i think, it was as
in favor? >> i want to announce that governor malloy will be here and he will be sharing the 2013 in 2014 nominations. with that, i want to thank the host of this year's meeting. i would like to welcome governor walker to come up and please say a few words. [applause] >> thank you. >> thank you for the introduction. we are talking about the incoming leadership and we have had a great team. welcome. welcome from wisconsin. i hope those of you had a good time. and over a number of folks, we have a number of international guests as well. it was actually kind of funny. i think back. 1998 was the last time we held an nga conference here in the state of wisconsin. before that it was all the way back to 1914. we came here to milwaukee and we had such a great time. terry branstad came here. i swear he got half the state of iowa last night. but they had a great time. his kids and grandkids and their in-laws and everyone was here. it was so great to see that. we are glad to have the branstad family here. late in the evening, i think people have consumed enough of the miller products there. i got
. >> this is the governor of connecticut, dannel malloy. he is standing next to the mayor and also a number of fire officials there. just to be clear this happened just about two hours ago, east haven, connecticut. as soon as we get more information for you we will bring that to you coming up. big afternoon here. breaking news out of connecticut. breaking news also now out of california and idaho. this time in the hunt for the missing teenage girl from southern california. police say a vehicle matching the description of suspect james dimaggio's blue nissan versa has been spotted in idaho. let me go straight to miguel marquez who is in los angeles. miguel, tell me what you know. >> reporter: we know that authorities are rushing -- of several different agencies are rushing to this area of idaho. the nearest town to it is cascade, idaho. in the river of no return wilderness area. they stress that this is a very, very rough area. that the car matches the description, but they have not seen the license plate yet or they won't confirm the license plate yet. they won't also tell me what shape the car is
that many of us who suffered and sacrifice did not benefit from the change and cortland malloy wrote in sunday's paper an article that said the same thing. that blacks today, we're talking about the dream, the dream for many of the dream of poor people, it is a nightmare. everybody has come in front of them on the bus. we neverigrants, women confront the conditions of poor blacks and poor people in general. you know, there's some years ago when the clan came to demonstrate in washington, d.c., the post went into the black neighborhood ward eight, which is the most dangerous one here, they asked an old brother what he thought about the clan. as we going to demonstrate? he said bring them down here so we can get rid of the drug dealers. is this brother respectful of racism? no. he's aware his reality informs him his biggest problem is not the klan but people who look . ke him a few days after king made that speech, four girls were blown apart at the church, civil right workers died and lawyer from boston beaten to death. the day of this demonstration, we had six people shot in washingt
, and for participating in the discussion. >> thank you. >> for the education workforce committee, governor malloy.sorry to interrupt. >> thank you. the education workforce ready, we discussed increasing workforce innovation to close the skills gap, create jobs, and we heardily incomes. from a distinguished panel, including the president and chief executive officer of the work lace they stand connecticut and we also heard from the director of the iowa workforce development. as discussed what we were doing and i to accelerate job creation and economic growth. governors also discussed the reauthorization of the workforce investment act and the importance of restoring the wia 15% set-aside that helps governors deploy programs that meet the needs of our local employers. finally, we would be remiss if we did not take a moment to , the directorn of education and workforce committee, who is departing the nga after a decade. joan accepted a new challenge working with all of our colleges and universities to ensure our higher education systems continue to be the best in the world. for more than nine years,
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